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Keith Wedgebury takes you on a tour of rural Warwickshire for an hour every Sunday (1500 GMT) and Wednesday (2000 GMT) on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire.
Wedge's Warwickshire is a show dedicated to rural life. Each week Keith Wedgebury will be out and about around the county discovering what goes on.
Keith tells us a little about the show: "I take you to the villages and towns of the county meeting its residents. For those that are new, it’s a show about the county but we don’t leave Coventry out.
"The music is local wherever possible. Bands, choirs and singers. Folk, jazz, blues and groups and my favourite, a comic song, here and there!"
"You are in Middle England. Or do I mean you are in the middle of England?"
Sunday, 25 October (repeated Wednesday, 28 October)
Wedge's Warwickshire this week is a special one - recorded one evening in September at the Warwickshire Federation of WI, Gardeners Question Time held at the Guy Nelson Hall in Warwick.
The Chairman is Jan Wade and the panel is Nick Hamilton, Heather Aston from Upton House in South Warwickshire and TV gardener Howard Drewary.
Hear gardening problems, monologs and South Warwickshire music.
Wedge's Warwickshire is broadcast on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire and is also available on BBC iPlayer - simply click on listen again.
last updated: 23/10/2009 at 08:51